Daniella Johnson is a passionate community leader, experienced project manager and sustainability practitioner who’s professional and personal experiences have led her to working at the intersection of social impact and business, supporting the development and growth of social purpose organizations across Canada. 

Committed to public service and driven by a strong desire to bring effective leadership and representation to communities who are often underrepresented, Daniella made the decision to transition into politics, running as a Federal Liberal candidate in the 2021 election. 

Daniella’s goal has always been, and continues to be, helping to make a positive difference in communities and in the lives of individuals who are, at times, overlooked, ignored, or last on the list. 

Now, Daniella’s mission is to continue doing the important work needed to elevate the voices, concerns and aspirations of all Canadians while also standing up for the most critical issues impacting our communities, from social justice to Indigenous reconciliation and climate action for a better today, and a better tomorrow.  

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We’ll beat this pandemic, take climate action, make life more affordable, create good jobs, and advance meaningful reconciliation. In the mandate letters we released today, we outlined how each minister will address these and other priorities. More here: https://pm.gc.ca/en/news/news-releases/2021/12/16/prime-minister-releases-new-mandate-letters-ministers

Last year, we launched Canada’s Black Entrepreneurship Program to make sure Black business owners and entrepreneurs have what they need to succeed. And today, @Mary_Ng announced the partners who’ll help establish the Black Entrepreneurship Knowledge Hub: https://bit.ly/3pU4GJJ

Are you a young leader who wants to make a difference in your community - and our country? If you answered yes, we want you to sign up for our Summer Leadership Program. Applications are now open, so click here to find out how you can get involved: https://slp2022ple.infolib.ca/